Blossom explosion

Group 1 pano DSC 2516 pano DSC 2581 56 images

Camera: Nikon D4
Lens: 56-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Nikon 85mm f/1.4G (equivalent of 22mm f/0.36 according to Brett’s calculator)

  • http://mkphoto.si/ Urška Majer

    This is simply stunning!

  • http://www.yuriysphotography.com yuriy

    Wonderful as always Mr Ryan!

  • http://www.lempacreative.com/ Dale Lempa

    Way cool. This scene really benefits from your technique.

  • Sean Shimmel

    56 of anything is a lot.

    Way to go.

  • Rodrigo Pizarro

    f/0.36 OMG

  • Oscar Campos

    wow that looks awesome!

  • http://aipimages.com David @ AiP Creative Photography

    Surreal. Yeah, I’d say that looks like about f/0.36!

  • http://panoramio.com/user/haryadi haryadi be

    Cool ! Always

  • Arpit

    Hi Ryan,
    Very nice photo. I remember a while ago you said you are working on a mother of all brenizer panorama tutorial which will also involve tips on incorporating movement. Any chance of that hitting the rentals anytime soon ?

    Your work is quite phenomenal by the way. I got the full appreciation of how hard shooting a wedding could be when I tried to capture some candid shots in a friends wedding the other day .. phew !

    Cheers

  • http://www.dewandemmer.com Dewan Demmer

    Pretty cool image, great colours and really enjoy the way it all simply works.

  • http://www.savarese.co.uk Ernie Savarese

    WOW… that is such a cool image and such a brilliant effect!!..I need to find a tree like that now!! hahah

  • http://www.cacchioli.co.uk Craig Cacchioli

    Wowwee, love the way the effect does that to the blossoms

  • http://www.marriedtomycamera.com David @ Married to My Camera

    Love the way your method has messed with the scale in this shot. And of course a beautiful metaphor for the couples blossoming love!

  • http://www.rikpenningtonphotography.com Rik Pennington

    Crazy good, love it!

  • Lukas Gisbert-Mora

    56 shots, something I wish I could do with my D800, it will take me a good 10 minutes to do that. I do miss my D3s for the YOU method :(

  • Kim Rix Photography

    Ryan, I have read your bio. It sounds like you’ve had an amazing life…you certainly are blessed. You must have some amazing stories to tell and one day, I would like to sit next to you at the dinner table to hear some of them!

  • http://www.silverfeatherstudios.com Ariana Watts

    Awesome shot – love what your Brenizer method does for it – gorgeous.

  • http://www.derekmartinezblog.com Derek Martinez

    Nicely done sir!

  • http://www.yorkplacestudios.co.uk/ Dominique / York Place Studios

    Loving this image, so beautiful. The contrast between the blossom and blue sky really pop!

  • http://chrisrentonphotography.co.uk Chris Renton

    Love it! Really striking image.

  • Michael

    such a great shot and exactly what this technique is capable of!